SCOTTISH TV presenter Lorraine Kelly has opened up on her own experience following the news that Meghan Markle suffered a miscarriage during the summer. 

Lorraine told viewers of her show that her pain mirrored the Duchess of Sussex's "almost exactly the same". 

Speaking with colleague Dr Hilary Jones, she said: "Just seeing this this morning, it was almost exactly the same. You know, having to go to hospital and the way she talks about that.

"What really helped me was being able to talk to you and being able to talk to other people and also Rosie, because I think she was only about six then.

"And I know that Archie's a lot younger than that, but I know that that will really help, having another child to focus on will really help.

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"My heart just goes out to her, it's just so sad. And I think the way that she's done it is absolutely brilliant.

"We musn't forget it's the two of them, because I think an awful lot of times people forget it's the partner too."

Lorraine went on to admit that she went back to work too quickly.

She said: "I know that now, and it made it more difficult so I shouldn't have. But everyone deals with it their own way."

In an opinion piece written by Meghan, and published in the New York Times, she revealed she had been putting son Archie to bed when she felt a "sharp cramp" and dropped to the floor of the California home she shares with Prince Harry.